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This content is private.I’m more than halfway through my third year, and none of the specialties I’ve rotated through have really excited (or dissuaded) me. Is there a specialty that’s right for me, and how do I find it?
This content is private.Is research, international, or service experience between first and second year necessary to match successfully?
This content is private.Assessing your competitiveness for different specialties requires 1) an honest assessment of your qualifications, and 2) information about what program directors want in their trainees. First let’s address the information sources you should use.
This content is private.As you ponder your specialty decision, you’ll need to figure out if you’re competitive for the options on the top of your list. Here are some of the factors to take into consideration and data sources to consult when gauging your competitiveness.
This content is private.Get decision-making strategies and learn the ideal time to make your specialty choice.
This content is private.Choosing a specialty is an important decision. Use the five thinking hats to help you consider all aspects of your choice.
This content is private.Sound vocational theory says you’re more likely to be satisfied in your professional life if your career matches your personal and environmental characteristics such as interests, values, personality, and skills. In medicine, these aspects of yourself can be reflected in your preferred practice setting(s), patient type(s), medical condition(s), colleagues, and tasks and activities.
This content is private.I always thought I wanted to go into pediatrics, but I hated my peds rotation. Where do I go from here, and should I still look at pediatrics considering my experience?
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